book, 70 pages, 8.5" x 11" (saddle-stitched), 1997
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Managers and professinals who turn to nonstandard work as a means to balance the competing demands of work and family are likely to find that they, like their blue-collar counterparts, pay a premium for their work arrangement in terms of wages, benefits, and job security. Thus, for many of these workers, greater skills and enhanced bargaining power fail to ensure pay or benefits comparable to those of full-time workers. Furthermore, some of these arrangements actually tend to reinforce traditional gender roles rather than provide opportunities to transcend them.
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